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Cookies, campfires, and bracelets are all part of the journey, but changing the world? That’s the real destination! One adventure at a time, Girl Scouts learn, grow, and do amazing things. Unleash your inner leader.

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Blog: Along Kentucky's Wilderness Road

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LGE-KU Partners with Girl Scouts to Increase Girls’ Interest in STEM Careers

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A NEW Outdoor STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Adventure Camp will be available for Girl Scouts this summer! Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road  has received a $2,500 grant from our partners at the LGE-KU Foundation for an Outdoor STEM Adventure Camp that will be available at Girl Scout summer camp in July of 2019. Girls will explore nature, learn outdoor skills and learn how to protect the environment while also participating in hands-on environmental STEM activities and meeting with women who work in STEM fields.

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Why Selling Girl Scout Cookies Made Me the Businesswoman I am Today

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Anne Irvine, CEO and co-founder of Irvine Ondrey Engineering (IOE), shared how being a Girl Scout prepared her for her career in designing roller coasters and theme park attractions with us at the Girl Scout Gold Award Ceremony at the Kentucky Historical Society on March 2 in Frankfort.

Irvine describes her work with her team by saying, “whatever kind of new amusement attraction you’ve imagined, we’ll work with you to make it work and make it safe. We love a challenge, so let us worry about how your project will operate while you let your ideas take flight!”

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Girl Scouts stress ‘girl power’ in new recruitment efforts

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As American women seek a larger role in politics, fairer wages and an end to sexual harassment, the Girl Scouts see an opportune time to show some swagger in promoting their core mission: girl empowerment.

They recruited Queen Latifah to narrate a video featuring famous former Girl Scouts — Venus Williams, Katie Couric and many more. And they indulged in a little bragging when Girl Scout alumna Meghan Markle married into Britain’s royal family.

“Life is always better with a Girl Scout by your side, and Prince Harry truly hit the jackpot,” enthused a post on Girl Scout Blog.

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